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Summer is in the rearview mirror (even though there are still some warm days) and winter is just around the corner. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to have any needed auto repair services performed at the recommended interval. Spending a little time and money at your auto repair shop can potentially save you $$$ in costly repairs and also be a lifesaver on a cold winter day.

For the safest driving possible, make sure these five important auto repair services are taken care of on a regular basis:

Don’t put off scheduling the needed auto repair services because of your anxiety. The auto experts work hard to make their auto repair shop the best possible.
21
Sep
2020

Summer is in the rearview mirror (even though there are still some warm days) and winter is just around the corner. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to have any needed auto repair services performed at the recommended interval. Spending a little time and money at your auto repair shop can potentially save you $$$ in costly repairs and also be a lifesaver on a cold winter day.

For the safest driving possible, make sure these five important auto repair services are taken care of on a regular basis:

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If you’re like many other drivers, when the “Check Engine” light starts to glow in the instrument panel of your vehicle, you start to feel fearful and anxious. Are you wondering what to do when your “check engine” light comes on? You may be asking yourself why didn’t you listen to your mechanic when engine service was recommended. At this point, all you can see is dollar signs for a major engine repair.

The first thing to do when you see the “check engine” light come on is to stay calm. This sensor is part of your vehicle’s on-board diagnostic system, constantly monitoring engine performance (such as engine speed--RPMs), air to fuel ratio and ignition timing. This little light is there to alert you that a “fault” has been detected within the system.

Do you know what to do when the “check engine” light comes on? Be sure to schedule an engine service so you’re not facing costly repairs later on.
07
Sep
2020

If you’re like many other drivers, when the “Check Engine” light starts to glow in the instrument panel of your vehicle, you start to feel fearful and anxious. Are you wondering what to do when your “check engine” light comes on? You may be asking yourself why didn’t you listen to your mechanic when engine service was recommended. At this point, all you can see is dollar signs for a major engine repair.

The first thing to do when you see the “check engine” light come on is to stay calm. This sensor is part of your vehicle’s on-board diagnostic system, constantly monitoring engine performance (such as engine speed--RPMs), air to fuel ratio and ignition timing. This little light is there to alert you that a “fault” has been detected within the system.

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As a conscientious driver, you want a safe and dependable vehicle. You may be wondering just how many miles can you go before you need car maintenance? It’s quite simple, you have two sources of information; your vehicle owner’s manual and your auto repair mechanic.

Are you still wondering how many miles can you go before you need car maintenance? Most mechanics will recommend a full service about every 12,000 miles, or every 12 months, whichever comes first. The purpose of this service is to evaluate the components and the operating systems of your vehicle for general wear and tear, which includes the condition of the fluids, brakes, engine, tires, and more.

Here is a list of most of the vehicle maintenance items covered at various intervals:

Wonder how many miles can you go before you need car maintenance? Ask the professionals at Expert Car Care what kind of vehicle maintenance is needed.
20
Aug
2020

As a conscientious driver, you want a safe and dependable vehicle. You may be wondering just how many miles can you go before you need car maintenance? It’s quite simple, you have two sources of information; your vehicle owner’s manual and your auto repair mechanic.

Are you still wondering how many miles can you go before you need car maintenance? Most mechanics will recommend a full service about every 12,000 miles, or every 12 months, whichever comes first. The purpose of this service is to evaluate the components and the operating systems of your vehicle for general wear and tear, which includes the condition of the fluids, brakes, engine, tires, and more.

Here is a list of most of the vehicle maintenance items covered at various intervals:

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